I'm halfway through the Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia, and It's like shell shock learning that people like this exist. I mean, I know they exist, but It's never in your mind consciously. This brings it to the forefront. Jesus, these people should be eviscerated and massacred for the good of mankind.
every so often, in the middle of a sentence with no rationale that i can understand, you capitalize a pronoun, usually 'it', or if i remember correctly, even more frequently 'its'. why is that?
edit: i'm watching a trailer/interview about that movie. major lulz. though more than a little sad.
edit 2: i'm probably the last person who should criticize caps use
Up until this post right now, I thought you were supposed to always capitilize It's. I googled it and was thinking: wow, i'm totally gonna show him with whatever link I come up with that says you're always supposed to capitalize It's
and when Google came up with nothing, I was all...wtf? All this time?
Maybe It's because I'm is always supposed to be capitalized? I don't know, It's not a new thing, I've been doing it forever. Probably burned into my head when I was a kid that this was the way to do it. And personally, I think it looks better.
True Romance, solid 7.8/10 roughly, entertaining all the way, never a dry or dull moment plot was definitely interesting kept me entertained for sure. Good mixture of crime-drama and some comedic scenes as well as comical romance
The Last Three Days
Really good. I thought the way they make us wonder about the wife's innocence(or lack thereof) was a bit cheap, though. Russell Crowe is great as usual, and Elizabeth Smart shows some real range that I haven't personally seen from her.
Elizabeth Banks, not Smart. Elizabeth Smart's that girl that blond girl that got kidnapped a few years back by some weirdo couple and was like 2 miles from her house for like a year. You know a black girl woulda chewed through them ropes and been home for supper by day 2, just sayin.
Anyway, that move was alright, and Banks did show more range than I thought she had even if there were some scenes that were awful (when Crowe goes to tell her the appeal got denied and she just looks at him through the glass and starts crying), but still she wasn't awful which is better than I anticipated. Crowe felt kinda wasted to me, same deal as his other recent movie, what's it called, where he's a reporter. He's passable as a straight dramatic actor but people need to quit pushing it as a strong suit for him, it's not. Stuff like Gladiator and Robin Hood (if it didn't suck a fat dick) are. The pacing was weird, the cameos were distracting (Neesom and Wilde for a combined what, 5 minutes of screentime? Way to blow a budget Haggis), overly long, really just your usual Haggis flick. Worth watching but I don't get the praise for his stuff.